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What is occupational therapy and how can it help?
Pediatric occupational therapy is skilled treatment aimed at maximizing the abilities of infants and children to achieve self-help, play and learning skills appropriate for their age. Using purposeful activities, including the tasks of daily life, it promotes in children the greatest possible degree of functional independence. A person of any age who is dealing with the effects of disease, injury, birth defects, disability or developmental problems can benefit from treatment, but it is especially helpful for children when combined with an early diagnosis.Occupational therapy services for infants and children may include:
Promoting and Improving
When direct treatment is indicated, Sensory Systems Clinic professionals provide complete occupational therapy programs. Therapists, using age-appropriate activities, focus on sensory, motor, postural, cognitive visual/perceptual and social/emotional development.
Direct Treatment May Include: